Wow! I left the old Multiply 5 years ago in 2012. I can't believe the years went by so fast. I suddenly got the urge today, to see what has happened with the old web address of Multiply: I see another company has taken it over, I'm not sure what they are all about, but I guess it is some sort of other network.
I do miss the good ol' days of the Old Multiply though!
Saturday, 17 September 2016
Yes it is folks: I believe that the Arab Spring really is a punishment from God himself to the Muslim World!
Remember how you guys were/are laughing when terror hits the western world and killed so many innocent people? Most of you people were glad and said to yourselves or each other that it was a righteous thing to do to pigs or non-believers....
Friday, 22 July 2016
Well hello there folks! I haven't blogged for quite a long, because a lot of things have happened in these past months. I've lost my job due to reorganisation of the company. So now I'm taking care of my little one as well. Fortunately my wife is still working.
Friday, 5 February 2016
Winter Country Soup
My soup will warm your family up on the chilliest of winter nights! Featuring smoked sausage, beans and other vegetables, it's a hearty way to start a meal or a satisfying lunch all by itself! —Jeannette Sabo, Lexington Park, Maryland
Cheesy Ham Chowder
This recipe is one of my family's favorites. The chowder is chock-full of potatoes, ham and carrots. I like to make this comforting soup at least once or twice a month during the fall and winter. —Jennifer Trenhaile, Emerson, Nebraska
Chicken Wild Rice Soup
I'm originally from Minnesota, where wild rice grows in abundance and is very popular in recipes. This soup has been part of our Christmas Eve menu for years. To save time, I cook the chicken and wild rice and cut up the vegetables the day before. —Virginia Montmarquet, Riverside, California
Read more on http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/course/soup-recipes/soup-recipes-to-make-this-winter#1.
Monday, 18 January 2016
Tuesday, 11 August 2015
Isn't that the typical European mentality, seclude yourself from all things that appears evil in our eyes?? That typical European mentality of "We are better of if we stay among ourselves?"
I know that many (white) American christians think that the Amish are true believers. I do believe some of them are born-again and that group is getting bigger. But the truth is: the majority is just religious, they don't have a personal relationship with God/Jesus. From what I've read about their beliefs, I don't think they really believe that you can have salvation by accepting Jesus or something like that. They only preach hell and condemnation.
Didn't Jesus say in Mark 16:15:
"Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation."
He didn't say to seclude yourself from all worldly things and all things evil. He even said in Luke 16:9:
"I tell you, use worldly wealth to gain friends for yourselves, so that when it is gone, you will be welcomed into eternal dwellings."
What about the issue of being banned from the Amish community if you committed sin or anything else that doesn't comply with their regulations? Is that what Jesus preached? He preached you have to forgive!
So no my dear friends, The Amish are in a great way NOT an example of how to be a true born-again christian. Don't be ignorant about this, but embrace the truth through the Word of God.